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A product produced together with another product.


a joint product


(ˈkoʊˌprɒd əkt, -ʌkt)

something produced jointly with another product.
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with 133 million gallons of annual production, was purchased, adding value for corn producers and accessing strong markets for ethanol and its coproduct, dried distiller's grain.
establish restriction rules that reflect the coproduct of quasisymmetric Schur functions (Theorem 10.
Polymethylhydrosiloxane (PMHS; Scheme 2) is nontoxic, stable to air and moisture, and inexpensive polymer coproduct of silicone industry and has been used as a reducing agent for converting carbonyl compounds to alcohols (19-22).
Until recently, defatted rice bran, a coproduct of rice oil extraction, was considered a low-value ingredient.
In recent years there has been a resurgence of research in algae for applications to biofuels and coproduct development.
that will be designed to run ethane and produce little or no coproduct butadiene.
Research by industry, government, and universities is providing new insights into how to efficiently produce, handle, transport, and feed this high-nutrient coproduct to livestock, including beef and dairy cattle, poultry, swine, and aqua-culture.
785 L) of Ethanol from Corn Total Energy Coproduct Net Production Inputs BTU Credits BTU Inputs BTU Ho (1989) 98,996 11,550 87,447 Marland and Turhollow (1990) 73,934 8,127 65,807 Pimentel (1991) 144,114 23,649 120,464 Keeney and DeLuca (1992) 100,312 8,885 91,427 Shapouri, Duffield, and 82,824 15,056 67,768 Graboski (1995) Lorenz and Morris (1995) 81,090 27,579 53,511 Wang, Saricks, and Santini 75,292 16,444 58,848 (1999) Agriculture and Agri-Food 75,292 15,460 59,832 Canada (1999) Pimentel (2001) 144,163 23,649 120,514 Shapouri, Duffield, and Wang 77,228 14,372 62,856 (2002) Hill et al.
TETRA's primary raw material to produce calcium chloride is hydrochloric acid (HCl), which is a coproduct of other chemical processes.
This patented process is more cost efficient than traditional methods, like fermentation, and allows the enzymes to be a profitable coproduct of the corn-based ethanol industry.
The remaining contributions are concerned with industrial products and topics addressed by them include biotransformation of aliphatic hydrocarbons and fatty acids, vegetable oil-based biodegradable industrial lubricants, enzymatic synthesis of functional lipids in organic solvent using lipase, and fermentative production of biopolymers and biosurfactants from glycerol-rich biodiesel coproduct stream and soy molasses.